Tomato suspension agreement causes few effects

08/26/2013 03:11:00 PM
Tom Burfield

The higher quality requirement is good for the grower, the shipper and the consumer, he said.

“It’s good for everybody.”

King said there is widespread grower support for “a mechanism to make sense of the tomato market.”

Historically, there have been oversupplies of open-field, greenhouse and shade house tomatoes, and that has led to low prices.

“Low prices don’t benefit anyone,” he said.

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